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ui.. XU lN. lo ASTORIA OltlU.'Oi'V THURSDAY JAINTARY 17. IH-ti. l'UH.E MVE CENTS BUslMJSS CAliDS. A A. CliKVEtiAXD. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ome Flavel'3 new brick building. comer Second and Cass streets ; up stairs. rim. ii. smith. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Cut street, 2 doors back ot Odd Fellows Bulldms. Astoria, Oregon. TJKEJI KAXACA, ATTORNEY AT LA.W. Office over Wlilte House Cor., Astoria, Or. G KO. SOtAXB. ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Mice In Kinney BIocK, opposite City II:iU, Astoria, Oregon. C W. KULTOtf. a. C. FULTON rULTOX BltOTIIERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ::o.ms5and 6. Odd Fellows Building. Y t. A. BOWIiltY, iit.irni'J al -oun-fllor at Law .il'.if i.u CIieiiAinus Stit-et. Astoria. Orrswi j tt J K I.V I'OJtCh. DENTIST. l.(.oim II ana 12 Odd Fellows Building. VI QUIA. - - - OHKUHN. D I1M. A. I. A.l J. A. fr't I.TO.V Cass street, between 3rd and 4th. Spcrl.il attention lo lHsees of Women and Cuildieu, by iir A, L. t'ultu. Spt-clal attention to surgery, by Dr. J. A. Fulton. O uce hours from 10 to 12 A. Jt and 1 to 4 r.u. I AY TUrTLK. 31. I. TUYSICIAN AND SURGEON O "ii k Uhnti fyilitiUiBuiMUiK. Eeside.s'Ck : SB corner Wall and West 9th stxefts, .ippoiite I. W. Case's. A. E. NUAW. DENTIST. Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor ner Cass and Squemuu.ua streets. Astoria Oregon. M US. IK. OtVESS-AUAUt, ORlce and residence. D. K. Warien's for mer residence, Astoria. Oregon. Diseases ot Women and Children, and of the Eye and Ear, specialties. TXU.O.B.ESTKS. PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON. Special attention to Diseases of Women and Surgery. , .t.-1-iuK: Opposite Telegraph ODce, up Stairs, Astoria, ureon. A. SMITH. DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2 Pythian Building over C. 1L Cooper's Store. PATRONIZE HOWE 1HDUSTRY, There is no otcaslon for the most fastidi ous ot our citizens to send to Portland or San Francisco for Custom Made Clothes Astbejcan get Better Fits. Better Work manship, and for less Money. By Leaving their Orders with MKANY. New Goods by Evory Steamer. Call and See Illia and SatlKfr Tooneir. P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor. AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MARTIN 0LSEN, Successor to E. C Jlolden. The omest established Commission House in Oregon Uoods oi ail kinds sold on com mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday. General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol stering done. Fine stock of Furniture on hand. When you want Bargains in Household uooas go 10 mi;tin OL.kE.jr Carnahan & Go. SUCCESSORS TO I. "W. CASE, IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE ANU JlETAll. DEALERS IN GENERAL IERCHAMSE, Corner Cheuamus and Cass streets. ASTfKIA oitF.no For Sale. . Ten acrf s coed land. mpr vd. nreha'd. nou and b m and O'ltbulM ncs. we I u -pli'd : two we is w.it-r. wlth'n oiip mile of Knappa, kuo.n a- the Mitch. li place. For particulars apply to " WAEDLENT. Knappa, Oiica. H. e Teacher Who advised her pupils to strengthen .heir minds by the use of Ayer's Sar laparilla, appreciated the truth that Dodily health is essential to mental rigor. For persons of delicate and feeble institution, whether young or old, this nedicino is remarkably beneficial. Bo pure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. " Every spring and fall I take a num ber of bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and am greatly benefited." Mrs. James H. Eastman, Stoneham, Mass. "I have taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla with great benefit to my general health." Miss Thirza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of age, has suffered for the past year from General Debility. A few weeks. since, we began to give her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health hag preatly improved.' Mrs. Harriet H. Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. "About ayear ago I began using Ayer's Sar.snparilla as a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial exiTOMtre in the army. I was in a very bad condition, but six bottles of the Sar R.iiiarllla, with occasional doses of Ayer's Pills, have greatly improved my health. I am now able to work, and feel that I cannot say too much for your excellent remedies. ' F. A. Finkham, South Muliineiis, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, is using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good ef frt." Rev. S. J. Graham, United Brethren Church, Cuckhannon.W.Va. " I suffered from Nervous Prostration, with lamp bad; mid headache, and have bifii much benefited by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I am nov 80 years of age, and am satisfied that my present health and prolonged life are due to the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Lucy Moffitt, Killingly, Coun. Mrs. Ann H. Farcuworth, a lady 79 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After Msvcrnl weeks' suffsring from nervous prostration, I procured a bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and before I nan taitcn nail ot it my usual neaitn returned." Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rr.EIMKED BY Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. Price $1 ; ilx bottlee, S3. TVoith $5 a bottle. 17UWI Case. BANKER. ESTABLISHED - - 1870. Transacts a General Banking Business. Drafts drawn available In smy part of the 0. S. and Kuropc, and on liong Kong, China Office Hours ; 10 a. at. to 3 r. it. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. THE Pacific Coast Express Company Will open for business between Astoria, llwaco and Oystorvllle ON DECEMBER IOr 1888. Valuables, Money, Packagos, ana Ft eigne carried at very Reasonable- Rates with the utmost security to the sendor. Connection at Astoria made with raclnc Expiess and Wells. Farjo Co.'s Express Companies for all points. Omco on Hustler's docit, C. V. UPSnUR. Acent. Wilson& Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HAEDWAHE FARM IMPLEMENTS, Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS AND MILL FEED AGENTS FOR SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS Portland Boiler Hills, FAiRB&NKS' SCALES. vntoki. ouk.i;i John 0. Dement. DRUCCIST. Successor to W. E. Demerit & Co. Carries Complete flocks of Orugs and Druggists' sundries. Prescription Cnrrruliy Couiyoaudeil. Ajcnt fiir Mexican Balve and Norwegian F1l Cure. To Trespassing Hunters. IIIEREBY CJIVK NOriCETflAT I WILL almw no huntlnr in front of my dike . r nn mv tli'flJand on my place at YouiirV river, adjolnlntr J G. Nurnburz'a property, t-encts nd- dikes tnujt Unt be tampered wlth-i.r destn'yert, ah tie-i asers will be prosecuted to Uie tua extent or the law. " rahDKRoaKi,, THE LEGI8LATUBE. Salem, Jan. 15. The following bills were introduced in the house to-day: By Harrington A bill for the exemption of homestead of eighty acres from forced salo under any process of law, except for taxes or to satisfy a lien given with the consent of both husband and wifo. By Harrington A bill to create the office of attorney general. Senate joint memorial urging congress to take measures to en force the Chinese exclusion act was concurred in by a vote of 59 to 1, Derby, of Yamhill, alone vot ing in the negative. By Harrington A bill to pro vide for the punishment of crimes committed on the Columbia and Snake rivers. By Harrington A bill for an act to provide for the discharge of mortgages by an affidavit. By Bowditcb A bill to amend an act incorporating the town of Medford, Jackson county. By Paulsen A bill for an act to regulate custom mills, and for the grinding of grain. By Hume A bill providing for the appointment of an official re porter in the circuit courts of all judicial districts of the state. By Wilson A bill for an act to amend several sections of the Or egon code, making the word land refer to all appurtenances and im provements thereto and defining the words personal estate and per sonal property, for the purposes of assessment and taxation. By Bowditch A bill for an act to permanently locate, and regu late a state normal school. Bv Fell A bill for an act to amend the act creating the count of Morrow. .By Jennings A bill for an act providing the qualifications of vo ters in school elaotuius. -- -. By Roberts Abill for an act to appropriate $15,000 to enable the counties of Coos and Douglas to construct a wagon road from Myrtle point, Coos county, to Camas valley, Douglas county. By Roberts A bill for an act to change the name of the town of Averill, Coos county, to Bandon. By Price A bill for an act to .amend the act creating the office of recorder of conveyances in sev eral counties. The new bill brings several new counties under the provisions of the act. By Wilson A bill for an act providing for drainage of lands and laws governing the same. By Bean To confirm title to a certain piece of property in Pen dleton to the county of Umajilla which had been set aside for a college, but which has since been used for the erection of a house thereon. By Condon To create a board of horticulture and appropriate money therefor. By McCoy To- create the county of Fulton, the town of wasco to De us county seat, unui the people of the county shall otherwise elect. By Gilbert To cure defects in deeds heretofore made to real property. By Stafford Providing for the publication of the financial condi tion of the counties. By Williamson Amending the mechanics' lien law, providing for a lien upon live stock, grain, etc. By Ndrthup For the relief of T. G. Harkins, of Portlan J, appro priates $400 to pay for stone pre pared by him for the Washington monument but not taken off his bands. By Earhart To provide for the transferring of money in a special fund to the general fund; also amending the law fixing the sala ries of county treasurers. It in creases the salary of Multnomah, too. By Ladd Amending the law relating to the militia. By Northup Amending the law relating to conveyances. By Maxwell--To change the name of Lincoln, Tillamook coun ty, to Tillamook. By racquet io amena ine law relating to assessment and collection of taxes. By Hunter Appropriating money for the improvement of the Wallowa canyon road in Wal lowa and Union -counties. By Earhart Amending the act to incorporate the city of Portland, authnrizirg the bringing of Bull Run into the city, and authorizing bonds to the amountof $1,500,000. By Strowbridge Providing for punishing the crime of inciting or inducing seamen to desert from vessels in port, or harboring such deserters. It also forbids the pay ing of blood money, and provides that the informer shall receive one half of all fines. By Roe To amend the charter of the city of LaGrande in Union county. By Pope To regulate the prac tice of medicine and surgery. By Roberts Creating the office of state examiner of stationary and other engines and providing for the examination of engineers. By Ladd Providing for the appointment of harbor masters at Portland and Astoria. By Northup For the regula tion of pilotage at the Columbia river bar and on the Columbia and Willamette rivers. Adjoucned. Columbia River Improvements. Washington, Jan. 15. The secretary of war submitted to the house to-day the report of the chief engineer on the obstructions in the Columbia nver at The Dalles and Celilo Falls, as obtained by the second preliminary survey ot the board appointed in accordance with i he provisions of the laat river and harbor bill. The report named three methods to improve navigation at The Dalles and Celilo Falls, and three at Ten Mile Rapids. These were bv means of locks and canals, hy tow boats, and by a railway extending from the foot ol the Dalles to above Celilo Falls The latter plan appears most fa vorable, as a single trark railway could be constructed at a cost ol about 43,500,, and oe completed within one yea'r. DoArjrs" flTsMi'; Hills. Nearlv fiiTdTsALiei originate from in action of the liver, and this especially the case with chllN and fever, intermit tent fever-, and malarial dNeases I o save doctors bills and ward off disease take Simmons Liver Kexulatnr. a med icine that increases in popularity each year, and has become the most nopul.ir and best endorsed medicine in the mar ket for the cure of liver or bowel dis eases. Telkoraimi, Dubuque, Iowa. Maine is suffering from crows, which cost the state annually 100,000, and the next -legislature will be asked to offer a bounty of 10 cents for every dead one. do sot sirn:u any loxgeic. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, feverishness, pimples or sores, are all poiitive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid death. AckerV English Blood Elixir has in ver failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison Sold under positive guarantee by J. V. Conn, Druggtst. A mammoth cotton palace is to be erected in New Orleans, in which the products of Louisiana and other states will be exhibited during the carnival week. BETTER THAN SriCIDE. Professor Arnold ssas: "An insura ble dyspeptic is justified in committing suiciue. ' e win guarantee to cure anj dyspeptic within three mom lis by Ack ers English Dyspepsia Tablets. .1. W. Conn, Druggist. The city of Mexico is full of tramps, and the anti-American papers satirically refer to them as "prominent Americans visiting the capital. PARENTS COIHIYAIXY LIABLE, More than half of all deaths occur before six years of age. An array of in nocent, 'ovely children are swept need lessly away each year. Parents are criminally resnonsible,. for this The death rate of children in England is h-ss- than hair tins. AcKers Enclish liaby Soother has dono more to brine this about than all o'liercaii't-scmblned. Vuu cannot afford to he without it. J. V. Conn. Diuggjst. At Toledo, Ohio, an unknown man siruck a can of dynamite with an ax and was literally torn to pieces by tho explosion which fol lowed. TEttcinLU F(inr,v.i:MX' Couch in the morning, hurried or dif ficult breathing, raisin-' nhh-cm. tlcht- ness inthechest.qtiickened pulse, chill- li.css in me evening or sweats hi night, all or any of these things are the stages of consumption. Acker's English t ouch Remedy icM cure these fearful symp toms, i nd is sold under a jxwilirc guar antee dj o.u. vonn, iTuggisr, Thousands of naturalized Cana dians in Chicago are eager for an nexation. The blood-cleansing qualities of Aye.r's-Saraaparilla render it inval uable in skin disorders. K8! Plumy fSi filS IWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes, A marvel of purity, treiisth and wholcomeness. More ecun mlc.il than the onHnnry kinds and can not be sold In competition with the multi tude of low test, sh rt weight, alum or jihos pliate ov lers. S'MmtUi incatu. Uoval ItAKfO I'llWIlKltTo. 108 Vail-! . N. . ). V. Cnowi.EV & Co. enti, Portland. "reitiin. INSUKAN'CE. CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000 COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO. FRANK lu-KUai ....President W II SMITH Vice-President .lOliX A. CIIII.U Secretary J. Iiai Sfcnnil ht... Portland, Or. I. W. Case, Agent, Astoria, Or. Ship and Commission Agency FIRE INSURANCE ix rut st ciacs :o:tnwxEKN Kapieseutlng 31 3,000,000 PHGENIX, Ilartlurd, Coun. HOME, New Ymk, AGENCY PACIFIC EXPRESS CO C. P. UPSHUR, Main Street Wh.irf - Astoria. Oregon. Robb & Parker, AGENCY OF Fire and Marne Insurance, With an Aggregate Capital of $le.ouo,ugo. IJIPF.TtrAT., of London. CALIFOKNIA. of California. CONNECTICUT, of Jlarttord. OAKI,ND HOME, of Oakland. I.ION. ot London. FIUKJIAVS FUND, of California. Agents also for TRAVELLErtS', of Hartford- Llfc and Accident Tickets sold for the ALLAN Line of Steamships, fiom Old Country to Astoria. ROCB & rARKEH. At old office ot J. O. Bozorth. $67,000,000 Capital Liverpool & London & Globe. North British and Mercantile of London and Edinburgh. Hartford of Connecticut, Commercial of California Agricultural, of watertown. New York, London & I.ancashire ot Liverpool, Eng.. Fire Insurance Companies, Represent in a capital of Sb7,ooo,ooo. B VAN 1UF.X. Agent. AND Oyster DEa,3Clox,s The Most Topular Resort In the City. Everything First-Clajs. Private Entries and Private Rooms for Families and Parties. Home-Mado Pastry a Specialty. Eastern and SUoalwater Bay Oysters in Ev r Stylo Wedding and JMriy Dinner prepared on short notice. All kinds of Domestic and Imporied Wines and Cigars, Camo of All Kinds in Season. ext to l"inent' lru,j Store, Third t Astoria. Oregon. VIENNA Restaurant ani Clop House. G. W. Fisher & Co., Prop's;. Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc., COOKED TO OEDEE- I'lno Private Rooms. Everything lrst Class. Genevieve Street, rear of GrlOn & Seed's. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. FEE MB MARINE BoGKBTSBeS an THE CASH. 1889. I. L. OSGOOD'S Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, Traveling Bagsmbrellas, Blankets, Quilts, etc. Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers. UB'A. obild buys a cheaply as the most experienced buyer. LL. OSGOOD, opp3E22Mffi5w Astoria, Oregon Street Cars running by the door. -AKD- CEIUN 5000 double roll of Wall Paper and Deoorations of the latest gtylas and shade jast received direct from Eastern faotorie. Also a large- assortment of OARPETS, Ol all grades in benntiful new designs New Smyrna Rugs, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc. Call and examine. CHAS. HEILBORN. The New Model Range CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF -gent. Call and Examine It ; You Will be Pleased. E. R. Ilawes Is also Agent fer the Buck Patent Cooking Stove, AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVE3 Furnace Work, Steam Fittings;-Etc, a Specialty. A Full-Stock on Hand. FIRE BRICK DIALH3 IK Hay, Oats, ani Straw, Lime, Brick, Cement, Sand an! Plaster Wood Deltrertf to Order. Drajlng, Tamil? and Express Bnilmii. W-J.''' Ju . . ur : TEP. apply to the Captain, or to HOTELS A.ND RESTAURANTS Is the Leading and Only First-Glass RESTAURANT. Good Cooklnjr. Clean Services. Reasonable Prices. Polite Walters. Prompt Attention. Try Him and You will be More than Satisfied, Everybody Says So. Private Rooms. MAIN STREET, - - ASTORIA. The Astor House, J.G.ROSS, - PROPRIETOR. Newly Repainted, Repaired, Refl ted. Re furnished and Thoroughly Renovated, Lapp, Clean,- -Well-Sept House. BATES: From a Dollar a Day Upwards. First-class In all Us appointments, clean, neat, sunny rooms well furnished and well kept. TOTJ ARE INVITED TO CALL. EyFra Ooaca to ani bom the Boost. JEFFS ONE PRICE. M tfbdi3uBi MH dbdBri FIRE CLAY g5fe&fc3 ,-,-,. J,r. a m Jci&Ai x jlj t CUIU PARKEB Ebon P, Parkr,Matar. ForTOWINa, FREIGHT orCHAB II. II. PABEKB. CHBIS. ETBXSOX. F.COOK THE ntral Hotel EVENS0W & COOK On the European 'Plan. LARGE CLEAN ROOMS, A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month. Private Rooms for Families, Etc. Transient Custom Solicited. Oysters, Fish, Meats, Etc., Cooked to Order. WATKK St., Opp. Foard A. Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Run In connection with the Premises. The Best ot WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Card Rooms. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. H. GOODWIN, Proprietor. Breakfast, 6 to 9, Dinner, 12 to 3, Supper, 5 to 8. Ce PARKER HOUSE. H. B. PAHKER, Irir. First Class In Every Respect. Thoroughly renovated and repaired threoEh- out ; 87 Urge sunny room-. TWO DINING ROOMS. Tables supplied with everything the market affords. -Elejant Bar and Billiard Booms. Flawt wines Liquors andClgais. 7&E COACH TO TH2 HOTfiK.